Strom-Okimoto, Mikamura lead Aiea over Pearl City 3-2

Dec 7, 2013 | PC Sports


Aiea put together a solid second half performance last night scoring three unanswered goals to beat Pearl City 3-2  in OIA Red Western Division Girls Varsity Soccer played at Pearl City High School's Edwin "Bino" Stadium.

Pearl City's Tasha Inong scored a goal in both the first and second half to give the Lady Chargers a 2-0 lead. The Lady Na Ali'i stormed back in the second half behind Raisa Strom-Okimoto who scored the first of her two goals to move Aiea within one at 2-1. Teammate Tamera Mikamura tied it at 2-2 with a shot into the left corner of the goal. Strom-Okimoto followed with a shot on goal that got past Pearl City goalie Ariela Bali and into the back of the net that broke the tie and won the game 3-2.

Pearl City and Aiea pulled even at 1-1 in league play.

The Lady Chargers return to action on Tuesday, December 10, on the road at Waialua High School.

Go Lady Chargers!



Pearl City: Tasha Inong  2

Aiea: Raisa Strom-Okimoto  2,  Tamera Mikamura  1


Junior Varsity

Pearl City 6   Aiea 0


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The Lady Chargers congratulate teammate Tasha Inong after her second half goal put Pearl City up 2-0.

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The Aiea Na Ali'i squad gets a pep talk (wake up call) from their coach during the half time break . Whatever

was said worked, because the team dominated second half scoring with three unanswered goals for the win.

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#20 Tamera Mikamura finds the corner of the net to tie the score at 2-2  late in the second half.

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#24 Raisa Strom-Okimoto pictured moments after kicking in the winning goal to beat Pearl City 3-2.

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The Lady Na Ali'i run off the field after their come-from-behind win over the Lady Chargers.



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Raisa Strom-Okimoto


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Tasha Inong